If saving money is on your list of New Year's resolutions, maybe you've thought about cutting cable, Kate Raddatz reports (2:07). WCCO 4 News At 10 – Dec. 22, 2018
Northern Minnesota Digging Out From Big Snow StormNorthern Minnesota Digging Out From Big Snow Storm
10 P.M. Weather ReportLight snow will fall in parts of Minnesota Tuesday morning through midday.
How Minnesota Schools Are Spending COVID Relief MoneyA big payday for Minnesota schools has districts deciding how to spend millions.
Girl Gifts Comforting 'Prairie Bears' To All Patients At Youth Psychiatric HospitalA Twin Cities family hopes to make the holidays a little brighter for kids battling mental health issues in the hospital.
Community Leaders React To Minneapolis Police Chief Arradondo's RetirementAs crime rises in Minneapolis, community leaders spoke with WCCO's Reg Chapman about the city's next chapter after the police chief announced his plan to retire.
6 P.M. Weather ReportTuesday will be warmer than Monday, but it will bring another chance of snow.
Minnesotans Out Finding Fun Amid Cold SnapReality is hitting hard Monday, as we all got a reminder of what a Minnesota winter really feels like. But, cold weather can mean the fun is just warming up.
Sauk Rapids Teen Arrest After Threats Directed At Middle SchoolA 14-year-old student has been arrested in connection to online threats directed at Sauk Rapids Middle School.
Minneapolis Police Chief Won’t Seek 3rd TermMinneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo announced Monday that he will not be seeking a third term in office.
Northern Minnesota Digging Out From Big Snow StormA weekend winter storm blanketed Grand Marais in 18 inches of snow. 16 inches piled up in Finland, and Chisholm got 15 inches.
5 P.M. Weather ReportMeteorologist Lisa Meadows says Tuesday will bring light snow and warmer temperatures.
Twins Legends Kaat, Oliva Among 6 Baseball Greats Elected To Hall Of FameJim Kaat and Tony Oliva were among the six men elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Rep. Omar Believes Pelosi Will Take Action Against BoebertOver the weekend, the Minnesota congresswoman told CNN that she believes Democratic leaders will move to take action this week against Colorado Rep. Lauren Boebert over anti-Muslim comments she made last month.
Jury Instructions Hammered Out In Kim Potter TrialOpening statements in the case are slated to be given Wednesday.
How Severe Is Omicron?In the U.S., 18 states have reported cases of the new variant.
Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo Not Seeking 3rd TermHe announced Monday that he will be retiring after his term ends in mid-January.
Minneapolis Police Seek Help Finding Missing WomanAuthorities in Minneapolis are asking the public's help in finding a woman who hasn't been seen in a week. Katie Johnston reports.
Twin Cities Man Found With Self-Inflicted Stab Wound Charged With Murdering FatherA 47-year-old Twin Cities man is facing murder charges after allegedly killing his father over the weekend. Katie Johnston reports.
WCCO Digital Update: Afternoon Of Dec. 6, 2021Frank Vascellaro has the digital headlines Monday afternoon.
Minnesota DNR Certifies New Muskie State Record, Previous Record Dates Back To 1957It’s official: A muskie caught in Lake Mille Lacs in November is a new state record. Katie Johnston reports.
Rep. Omar 'Very Confident' Pelosi Will Take Action Against Boebert After Anti-Muslim RemarksOn CNN, Rep. Ilhan Omar said Sunday she is "very confident" House Speaker Nancy Pelosi will take "decisive action" against Rep. Lauren Boebert over the Colorado Republican's anti-Muslim remarks.
Noon Weather ReportTemperatures are expected to warm up from Monday, but there's also multiple chances for snow.
Biden To Attend Kennedy Center HonorsPresident Biden joined the celebration, after former President Trump skipped the ceremony all four years he was in the White House.
Travelers Get New Set Of RestrictionsThe Biden administration is implementing new travel rules to help combat the spread of the Omicron variant.